Multi-sensor vandal dome

February 2017 Products, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

VIVOTEK has introduced the new vandal dome, MS8392-EV, to upgrade its multiple-sensor product line. Building on the achievements of the MS8391-EV outdoor camera, the new MS8392-EV provides an all-in-one solution, featuring four 3-megapixel CMOS sensors with 180-degree panoramic views within a brand new aesthetic design.

For wide open areas requiring detailed coverage, such as parking lots, shopping malls, schools, parks and plazas, it can maximise the field of view and reduces the total number of cameras required, thereby saving on both installation time and maintenance costs. Specially equipped with a video alignment feature, the MS8392-EV allows users to optimise the image quality of each sensor and experience both natural and optimal continuous panoramic views. It is also equipped with a removable IR-cut filter and WDR enhanced technology to deliver day-and-night protection and extend image visibility under high-contrast lighting conditions.

Thanks to the robust protection of its IK10 and IP66-rated housing and its -50°C to 50°C wide temperature range, the MS8392-EV is able to withstand rain and dust and is safeguarded against vandalism and tampering when deployed for outdoor surveillance.

To eliminate interference caused by direct sunlight, the camera includes a sunshield for wall-mount applications, and users are free to choose either corner mount or pole mount accessories to achieve easy installation whatever the application is.

For more information contact VIVOTEK, +886 2 8245 5282, pr@vivotek.com, www.vivotek.com





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